[ US /ɛnˈɹɪtʃ, ɪnˈɹɪtʃ/ ]
[ UK /ɛnɹˈɪtʃ/ ]
[ UK /ɛnɹˈɪtʃ/ ]
make better or improve in quality
The experience enriched her understanding
make wealthy or richer
the oil boom enriched a lot of local people
How To Use enrich In A Sentence
- The transitional zones between low backgrounds of W Mo group elements and iron group and chalcophile elements are the favorable enriched zones of uranium deposits.
- This process, called supergene enrichment, can concentrate silver into exceedingly rich deposits at depth.
- And he warned Teheran it faces ever increasing sanctions if it refuses to suspend nuclear enrichment.
- Looking back over the many extracurricular activities that our children have dabbled in at different stages, nothing has enriched their lives more than music.
- So the public-health community wants folic acid added to cereals used in enriched grain products, such as bread and pasta.
- This is true with the exception that of "Decorated" architecture there are but few examples, and it is probable that very little new work was done in connection with this cathedral until the monastery became vastly enriched by Abbot Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Gloucester [2nd ed.] A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espicopal See
- I have found criticism to be a deeply enriching, but not always comfortable exploration of the text of Scripture.
- Remember, if you will (I certainly do), that one of the selling points of the post-VII "reforms" was that they enriched Catholic life and worship by making them relevant and immediate rather than old-fashioned (for which read "dignified") and outdatedly stiff (for which read "reverent"). You report: Promotional Posters for the Traditional Latin Mass
- The Port Talbot sample, which is predictably highly metalliferous, is especially enriched in Fe as a result of an abundance of spherulitic iron oxide condensates commonly
- Even advanced meditators agree that their experience is enriched when they meditate with others.